A member of Amnesty International protesting against censorship in 2008
A member of Amnesty International protesting against censorship in 2008

Eritrea, in Africa, has been ranked as the most censored country in the world.

Based on research into imprisonment, repressive laws and harassment of journalists, as well as restrictions on internet access, the top 10 countries where the press is the most restricted have been revealed:

1. Eritrea

2. North Korea

3. Saudi Arabia

4. Ethiopia

5. Azerbaijan

6. Vietnam

7. Iran

8. China

9. Burma

10. Cuba

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